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How to gain a better knowledge of what tourism is



How to gain a better knowledge of what tourism is



Pour une meilleure connaissance du phenomene touristique: 25



Tourism has become a widespread social phenomenon in France, mainly because of the intermixing of people it involves. It is also a major sector of economic activity and has an impact on the environment, especially in the most attractive and most sensitive areas.

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